Britta Kähler, Edda Pulst What are job requirements of employers and which techniques should you master to be hired? Who could answer these questions better than two experts who have the combination- the theoretical knowledge as a university professor, the practical experience as a top management representative from a world leading enterprise and a Partner-Network? Prof. Dr. Edda Pulst from Westphalian University of Applied Sciences and Dr. Martin Kabath from DHL Supply Chain practiced as 2WINpartners during a one-week workshop at the German Jordanian University (GJU) their - adapt2Job "- 2win Training" with the topic “Supply Chain and Soft Skills - Practical Application”. Professional 17 selected GJU students majoring Logistics Sciences and Industrial Engineering participated in 2win-Know-How-Transfer of Supply Chain Concepts and IT applications in Supply Chain and Logistics. Direct real-timeinteraction between University and Industry led to numerous practical examples and presenting real live scenarios from the industry. In addition, the experts from Germany provided the students with information about required job, scenario-and presentation skills to best prepare them for the market requirements. Current job vacancies at DHL permitted a deep insight into the later work.

Within a Job Assessment on the fly the students had to develop in groups Supply Chain Scenarios for Jordan. They were asked to provide solutions for challenges the country is facing. The scenarios the student teams developed were tackling topics related to recycling and managing trash ("Trash to Cash"), material supply for the upcoming Red Sea- Dead Sea project ("Red to Dead Logistics"), environmental friendly public transportation solutions ("Green Jo Transit"), and warehouse solutions for refugee camps (“SANAD” – Azraq Refugee Camp).

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